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Business Events: Delivering Economic Prosperity for Australia (2017-18...

The Association of AACB’s latest analysis of bids won, bids lost and the bid pipeline highlights that while its members have secured 360 international business events in the Forward Calendar (as at July 2016), 235 bids had been lost for the next decade. This lost business is estimated to be valued at AU$805m in direct…

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Australia’s Lost Convention Business Totals AU$805m

Australia is missing out on AU$805m of convention business across the coming decade, according to the Association of Australian Convention Bureaux. The AACB says a national convention bid fund – and easier visa access – are key to future economic success. From CIM News Magazine (the report “Business Events: Delivering Economic Prosperity for Australia” is in our Research section)…

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Australia’s International Business Events Sector: the Economic...

This report focuses on the economic value of international business events facilitated by Australia’s network of convention bureaux – this is a subset of the broader business events sector, which is referenced in early parts of this report for context and comparison. Australia’s International Business Events Sector: the Economic and Strategic Value Proposition

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Business Events: Delivering Economic Prosperity for Australia

International business events play a significant role in building a stronger, more productive and more diverse Australian economy. Around the world, business events are being used as strategic tools for attracting trade, investment and global talent. Governments invest in and support the business event sector because they recognise the high yield and long-term benefits accruing…

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Business Events: Delivering Economic Prosperity for Australia

International business events play a significant role in building a stronger, more productive and more diverse Australian economy. Around the world, business events are being used as strategic tools for attracting trade, investment and global talent. Governments invest in and support the business event sector because they recognise the high yield and long-term benefits accruing…

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